New Research from AOTMP Examines Trends in Mobility Management

— January 18, 2011

There are many trends shaping the wireless landscape that are affecting how enterprises manage their mobile environment. AOTMP’s latest report “Wireless Trends: Mobility Management Within the Enterprise” delves deep into wireless adoption practices and preferences of enterprises. This report is part one in a two part series schedule to publish in 2011.

“Enterprises are managing more device models, applications, and operating systems than ever before,” says Timothy C. Colwell, senior vice president of global performance management at AOTMP. “These trends, however, only tell part of the mobility story.”

“This report uncovers some exciting mobile device trends within the enterprise including mobile device penetration and spending, smartphone preferences and smartphone software application usage,” says Scott Lawrence, director of research at AOTMP. “One of the most surprising findings relates to security and virus threats--a surprising 79% of enterprises do not use security protection software on their mobile devices.”

Included in the full report, AOTMP discusses such questions as: What are the adoption trends for Android, Apple, Microsoft, and RIM? Which OS versions are most widely supported? Which vendors are most widely adopted when it comes to device security? Are tablet devices such as the iPad becoming more prevalent within the enterprise?

To download a complimentary summary of the research findings or to order your full report, please visit


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